Food Safety and Handling

In Canada there are approximately 2 million cases of food-borne illnesses, or food poisoning as it is commonly referred to each year. In some cases it can even cause death. Poor food handling practices is the leading cause of food poisoning.

This presentation has been created to increase your knowledge of general food safety and handling. By learning more about this topic and sharing what you will learn today with others, you have the ability to reduce the incidence of foodborne illness. This presentation will benefit food preparation service workers and; volunteers that promote healthy eating and provide food skill building opportunities.
https://environmentalhealthtoday.files.wordpress.com/2010/08/app9mccallumtfinal.ppt

Tami McCallum RN, BScN
Masters of Public Health Program
PUBH 6165-2 Environmental Health
Walden University
Food Safety and Handling

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2 Responses

  1. Tami, well done!

    I enjoyed the formating, the content and exactness of the messaging. This presentation provides a very good condensed “story” of food protection concerns.
    You should be commended for the use of good graphics and colors to augment your case for sound food handling practices.
    This ppt. should be taken on the road!!
    Thanks,
    Mike

    • Hi Mike,

      Thanks for the postive comments; they are very much appreciated! In fact, I do plan on “taking it on the road” by using the presentation with our public health volunteers that provide healthy eating and food skill building opportunities. I hope that they find it useful education and informative as well!

      Regards,
      Tami

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